Dentists work close to the patient's mouth and have dealt with aerosols even before Corona. They know what risks they pose and that there is only one optimal solution for effective protection against them.
Only a controlled level of pollutants is allowed in clean rooms. The contamination is specified by the number of particles per cubic meter at a specified particle size. In practically every industry particles can affect manufacturing processes. Within this contained spaces, particulate contamination is reduced and parameters such as the temperature, humidity and pressure are controlled.
When working with metals, hazardous dusts are produced which are carcinogenic and pose a hazardous explosion. The extraction of metal dusts is therefore particularly important for protecting your health. TBH gives you even more flexibility with the mobile extraction.
Glass production is very hot. The high temperatures required for melting allow gases to rise, which contain large quantities of environmentally hazardous substances. The hot or cold terminal layer releases tin or titanium chlorides in the acid polishing, for example, hydrofluoric and sulfuric acid. These have to be necessarily extracted because they are harmful to human health.
Clothes can lose small lint and threads. These are so light that they float in the air across the room and any movement whirls them up continuously. Especially in textile processing, a high concentration of these airborne fibers is given. There are also chemicals used, for example, when dyeing clothes which are mostly harmful to health and therefore have to be extracted.
Almost every industry processes plastics these days. For the reliable extraction and filtration of abrasive dusts, or vapors, which occur during the processing of plastics, TBH systems are exactly the right solution. Let us convince you of our quality.
Manufacturers of electronic products work with small or tiny elements. Highly toxic materials such as arsenic or phosphorus are often used to modify the properties of semiconducting substances. Solvents on the microchips are used to remove contaminants that pose a burden on the environment and on employees.
Welding, grinding and cutting release very fine particles from the surface to be processed. When these dangerous substances break down on the lungs, they can trigger permanent incapacity to work. There must be efficient extraction of welding fumes to prevent this from happening.
Metal machining processes produce many chips. Milling, turning, drilling and grinding, form tiny particles that are often barely recognizable to the eye. Due to the thermal influence of the manufactured components, pollutants penetrate deep into the lungs and can lead to serious diseases.
In the process of soldering, two different materials are joined together by melting. They become one and so should your process become one with our extraction system. The installation of a system is very easy, and will help protecting you from any harmful particles, which are created in the process of soldering.
Laser can be used to process metals, wood and plastics. Due to the versatility, companies are focusing intensively on laser technology. This generates unwanted byproducts in addition to increasing efficiency, regardless of type and performance. Our TBH systems ensure a safe extraction of fine dust and laser smoke.
Gases are much harder to extract than solid particles. Due to their chemical structure, they can easily go through most filters. Special filters are needed to extract gases properly and reliably.
Processes like grinding, deburring, milling, drilling, or cutting, create dusts, vapors and gases. These byproducts need to be extracted before these tiny particles can be inhaled.
When materials are put from one place to the other, like during packing or transportation, some particles might be released. Especially, because they cannot be seen by the human eye, its danger doesn't have to be underestimated. Particles can arise from whirling up. TBH filter and extraction systems can remove these particles safely from the ambient air.